SQLstream Blaze (http://www.sqlstream.com) is a stream processing platform for streaming analytics and real-time actions for operational intelligence and the Internet of Things. This presentation, presented as sensors expo, discusses the increase in data from sources such as the industrial internet, smart city, intelligent transportation, home automation and smart energy, and how stream processing turns real-time sensor data into actionable intelligence before the data are stored.
Sensors Expo is the leading industry event for the types of intelligent sensor-integrated systems that are driving the next generation Internet of Everything, Industrial Internet, telematics and Machine-to-Machine services. As a key sponsor in the Big Data and Wireless Systems pavilion, and speaker in the Big Data track, the event is a litmus test for the current state of the sensor-related systems and the Internet of Things.
Drinking from the Sensor Firehose
In addition, the talk discusses stream processing for the Intelligent Edge - and how the the cost of sensor transmission backhaul requires a more sophisticated architecture. SQLstream's agent framework enables intelligent data collection agents to be deployed as close to the data source as possible. Intelligence Agents offer basic filtering, aggregation and analytics capability at the edge of the network. Depending on the information content in the data, the volume and therefore cost of real-time transmission can be reduced significantly. The architecture supports two logical connectivity networks, one for the data transmission, and a command and control for remote agent management.